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  • Chilisa, B. (Routledge, http://www.informaworld.com, March, 2002)
    The article critiques pregnancy policies in the education systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Policies discussed are divided into expulsion, re-entry and continuation policies. Arguing from the standpoint of theories of oppression, ...
  • Chilisa, B. (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals, 2002)
    The article critiques pregnancy policies in the education systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Policies discussed are divided into expulsion, re-entry and continuation policies. Arguing from the standpoint of theories of oppression, ...
  • Meck, M.L.; Masamba, W.R.L.; Atlhopheng, J.; Ringrose, S. (Elsevier Science Ltd, http://www.elsevier.com/locate/pce, 2011)
    The objective of the study was to investigate the role played by the natural environment in protecting the transboundary Save River from the impacts of metals derived from phosphate mining at Dorowa. The study is a follow ...
  • Murty, V.R.K.; Karunakara, N. (Elsevier, www.elsevier.com/locate/radmeas, 2008)
    Studies on concentrations of primordial radionuclides in soil samples of Botswana were carried out. Measurements were made by gamma spectrometry employing a 41% relative efficiency HPGe detector. The activity of 226Ra ...
  • Hambira, W.L. (Elsevier, http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/413/description#description, 2007)
    Natural Resource Accounting (NRA) has become an important environmental/natural resources management tool in recent years. It provides information on stocks of a resource available at a particular point in time and what ...
  • Batibo, H.M.; Kopi, M.M. (University of Botswana, Department of English, http://www.ub.bw, 2008)
    The aim of this study is to investigate sex-related euphemisms in Setswana. Although sex matters, as embarrassing phenomena, are not usually talked about in Setswana communities, they have recently been brought to the open ...
  • Malumbela, G.; Sebusang, N. (Faculty of Engineering and Technology, University of Botswana, www.ub.bw, April, 2011)
    Concrete is the widely used construction material worldwide. Therefore, for structural safety as well as to provide economic design, it is essential to understand well, its performance. Whilst in most developed countries ...
  • Cailteux, J.L.H.; Kampunzu, A.B.; Lerouge, C. (Elsevier www.elsevier.com/locate/gr, 2007)
    Rocks of the Neoproterozoic Mwashya Subgroup (former Upper Mwashya) form the uppermost sedimentary unit of the Roan Group. Based on new field and drill hole observations, the Mwashya is subdivided into three formations: ...
  • Masoso, O.T. (Elsevier http://www.linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0378778808000923, 2008)
    This paper presents the findings of a case study with building simulation using EnergyPlus dynamic thermal simulation software, in which wall insulation was varied together with cooling set-point temperature in a hot and ...
  • Chilisa, B. (National Council on Measurement in Education. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com, December, 1999)
    The study briefly looks at the new developments in the national examination system in Botswana. With this new system, the government opted for a criterion-referenced testing (CRT) model for primary and junior secondary ...
  • Marobela, M. (Emerald Group Publications, www.emeraldinsight.com, 2006)
    Capitalist transformation of the public sector is global phenomenon that affects many countries. This paper seeks to examine recent public sector reforms introduced by the Government of Botswana to improve civil service ...
  • Ntshwene, K.; Kashiwagi, J.; Kashiwagi, D. (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors http://www.rics.org/site/download_feed.aspx?fileID=5042&fileExtension=PDF, 2009)
    The traditional contracting/delivery system in Botswana, introduced by the US, UK, and European educators, consultants, and practitioners, has not been working well in Botswana. The poor project delivery system results ...
  • Makgala, Christian John (Routledge (Taylor and Francis) http://www.routledge.com, 2006)
    This article is a modest sketch of the historical background to the phenomenon of xenophobia, with which policymakers in Botswana are grappling in the early twenty-first century. It is not, however, a historical treatise ...
  • Aranibar, J.N.; Otter, L.; Macko, S.A.; Feral, C.J.W.; Epstein, H.E.; Dowty, P.R.; Eckardt, F.; Shugart, H.H.; Swap, R.J. (Blackwell Publishing, January 1, 2004)
    Nitrogen (N) cycling was analyzed in the Kalahari region of southern Africa, where a strong precipitation gradient (from 978 to 230mm mean annual precipitation) is the main variable affecting vegetation. The region is ...
  • Kamwendo, G. H. (Nordic Association of African Studies. http://www.njas.helsinki.fi, 2006)
    In 1994, South Africans of all races and political parties took part in the first democratic elections. The election and inauguration of Nelson Mandela as the first black president marked the beginning of a new era - an ...
  • Akpabio, E.; Mustapha-Lambe, K. (Brill academic publishers, 2008)
    From the viewpoint of the cultural imperialism hypothesis and its complications, the overall aim of this study was to find out if foreign films still had a stranglehold on Nigerian audience members. The findings indicate ...
  • Abegaz, B.M.; Ngadjui, B.T.; Bezabih, M.; Mdee, L.K. (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. http://www.iupac.org/publications/pac/, 1999)
    Marketed plants are an important but a vulnerable group of plants whose investigations as well as conservation should be considered with priority. The chemistry, and in some cases biological activities of novel iso¯avonoids, ...
  • Nedović-Budić, Z.; Knaap, G.; Budhathoki, R.N.; Cavrić, B. (Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, http://www.urisa.org/, 2009)
    This paper presents an assessment of the regional capacity in implementing geographic information systems (GIS) and databases. We draw on a Web survey to determine the availability and assembly of spatial data at the ...
  • Kaelo, P.; Ali, M.M. (Elsevier; www.elsevier.com/locate/ejor, 2006)
    Modifications in mutation and localization in acceptance rule are suggested to the differential evolution algorithm for global optimization. Numerical experiments indicate that the resulting algorithms are considerably ...
  • O'Halloran, L.; Shugart, H.; Wang, L.; Caylor, K.; Ringrose, S.; Kgope, B. (Elsevier, February 19, 2010)
    The Kalahari Transect (KT) is an International Geosphere–Biosphere Programme mega-transect designed to examine hydrological and ecological patterns and processes throughout the savannas of southern Africa. The KT traverses ...